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Twins Lose Again Associated Press BOSTON - Ray Gulp turned in a clutch pitching performance for his 13th victory last night as the Boston Red Sox dealt slumping Minnesota an 8-1 defeat, the Twins' seventh straight. Culp, who has lost 10. was in trouble virtually all the way. allowing nine hits and leaving 10 Twins stranded on walked three. Kranepool recalled NEW YORK (AP) - Ed Kranepool was recalled by the New York Mets Thursday to replace first baseman-outi- felder Mike Jorgensen who is leaving for two weeks of summer camp with the Marines. The Mets said Kranepool, who was sent to Tidewater in the International League, June 23 with a .118 batting average, would join the team in Atlanta today. Rico Petrocelli and Carl Yastrzemski homered for Boston. Petrocelli drilled his 19th homer into the left field screento lead off the sixth. Yastrzemski, the American League batting leader, walked three straight times before he lined his 32nd homer, a two-run shot toe base of the flag pole in center in the seventh. He singled in a run in the eighth. Tne Red Sox jumped to a quick lead as Mike Andrews started the first with a walk and scored on a double by Reggie Smith. They made it 2-0 in the second on consecutive singles by Gerry Moses, Cul and Andrews. Brant Alyea hit his ninth homer in the M i n n e s o t a fourth. Senators triumph on Unser's single Associated Press MINNESOTA ab r h bl Tovar cf £020 Oliva rf 5010 Killebrew 3b 2 0 0 0 Reese Ib 3000 Alyea If 412) Cardenas ss 4010 Thomnsn 2t> 4 o 1 BOSTON ab r h bf Andrews 2b 4 3 3 1 RSmith cf 4122 Ystrmski Ib 2123 Satriano Ib 0000 Tischnsk! c Ratliff c ZODD p Manuel oh Kaat or THall P Hamm p Renick ph Total 3000 1000 2000 1010 0000 0000 0000 1010 TConialro rf Petroelll ss BConqlro If Kennedy 3b Moses c Culo o 5000 3221 5000 4000 4120 4 0 1 0 35 1 9 1 Total Minnesota Boston 000 100 .110 301 , E—Killebrew, Reese. DP—Minnesota 2. LOB—Minnesota 10. Boston 10. 2B— R.Smith 2, Ollva, Moses, Andrews. HR- Alvea (9),_ Petrocelli (19), Yastrzemski (32). SB—Tovar. ZeooCL.8.2, T.Hall Hamm 2-30001 o Culp (W.1J.10) 9 9 1 1 3 8 T-2:30. A-27,914. 4 11-35 5 4 2-3 Dallas tests Rams tonight Staub's bat tops Astros HOUSTON (AP) - The Montreal Expos won their first game ever in the Astrodome last night as Steve Renko flipped a seven-hitter and Rusty Staub ripped a pair of homers to beat the Houston Astros, 10-2. The Expos had lost nine straight games—all they've played in their two-year history in Houston. Renkon 7-8, lost his shutout in the seventh when Denis 358 127 900—1 3 3 X—« LOS ANGELES (AP) Quarterbacks Roman Gabriel and Craig Morton duel tonight as the Los Angeles Rams face the Dallas Cowboys in a pre-season battle of two National Football League clubs which were successful in their initial outings. Los Angeles beat Cleveland 30-17 a week ago while the Cowboys downed San Diego 20-10. Both the Rams and Cowboys won their divisional crowns a year ago and are top contenders again this time. Against Cleveland, Rams coach George Allen substituted freely but for this second game, with its 8 p.m. kickoff in the Los Angeles Coliseum, he said the starters will be in action much of the way. "We'll try to get out new fellows in as much as possible," said Allen. "But we also want to win the game." Dallas fell to Los Angeles three times last season — 2417 in the pre-season, 24-23 in the regular season and 31-0 in the Playoff Bowl. The Cowboys have already made some changes for 1970. All pro tackle Ralph Neely has been moved to right guard where John Wilbur retired. Rayfield Wright took over N e e 1 y 's former spot which means that Wright will be matched against Deacon Jones with Neely opposing Merlin Olsen. On defense, Mel Renfro has been switched from safety to right corner and rookie Cliff Harris, a free agen from Wichita University, will start at free safety. The Rams will have their first look in Los Angeles livery at Kermit Alexander, the corner defense man acquired in trade from San Francisco in exchange for kicker Bruce Gossett. Offensively the C o w b o y s Special! A big.double golf valut.. the new double 6 Tee Up Kit. A $7.95 retail value. You get 6 quality double <p golf balls plus a quality, universal size golf glove. OKLY $3.95 GENERAL TIM SERVICE 3626 N. CENTRAL 2.64-041 I -PHOENIX 3029 E. THOMAS RD. have Bob Hayes and Lance R e n t z e 1 heading the pass cathing department and Calvin Hill, the 1969 rookie-of- the-year, leading the runners. Allen tries an experiment this week with linesmen Coy Bacon and Diron T albert switching positions. Bacon goes at end this time and Talbert at tackle. Veteran Gabriel starts at . quarterback, but Allen has announced he'll use rookie John Walton, a product of Elizabeth City State in North Carolina, during the second quarter. Walton led Indianapolis to the Continental League title last year and was voted that loop's most valuable player. Les Josephson starts at one of the running back spots for the Rams and probably either Jim Thomas, the former Canadian star, or Jeff Jordan ex-Washington, at the other. Larry Smith, the star rookie of last year won't see action having suffered a hamstring muscle injury and Allen feels this is too soon to use the veteran Tommy Mason. Menke singled in two runs. Loser Ron Cook, 2-3, wild pitched one run in a Montreal three-run, second, while Bobby Wine and Gary Sutherland singled in two others. Adolfo Phillips unloaded an inside-the-park homer in the third and Staub belted his solo homers in the fifth and ninth. MONTREAL HOUSTON Su.herlnd2b b 50l'uAlourf Staub rf 5232 Morgan 2b 5000 Ph lies ct 4321 Wvnn If 3100 Bailev If 3000 Mavberrv 7b S 0 1 0 Gosaer If 1000 Menke ss 3022 Bateman c 4231 Rader 3b 4000 Labov 3b 5211 Culver p 0000 WASHINGTON - Del Unser's run-scoring single in the 10th inning carried the Washington Senators past the Chicago White Sox, 6-5, last night for their fourth straight victory. Ed Stroud opened the 19th with a single off knuckleball- er Wilbur Wood and Tim Cullen was hit by a pitch before Unser stroked the tie-breaking hit. Chicago had tied the sloppily-played game with three runs in the seventh, Tom McGraw driving in a pair with a pinch double and Luis Aparicio delivering the tying run with an infield hit after McCraw reached third on a throwing error by right fielder Wayne Comer. The Senators scored three runs in the fifth for a 5-2 lead on four singles and an error by pitcher Tommy John. Comer doubled in the first, stole third and scored on Frank Howard's ground out. Rick Reichardt then walked and tallied from first when third baseman Syd O'Brien threw wild on Aurelio Rodri- guez' infield hit, sending Washington ahead, 2-0. CHICAGO WASHINSTON s o : 4 0 ' 40 I Brnkman M Comer rf Mave rt FHovrord Ib Retcnardt (f Pina c, Epstein ph '.'.10 W OBrien 3b Aparicio ss CAAav If Melton rf Hooklns ib Blanco ib Hrrmann e Joseohsn c Berry cf Knooo 2b John D McCraw oh Stange o Wood P Total 36 5 9 5 Total 406134 One out when winning run scored. 11 0 0 12 : 3b 5 0 3 Sfroud cf 5 1 2 i Cullen 2b 3ooi French c 500 Coleman o 300 Unser If 201 Washington 020 0 to 200 030 E—French 2, OBrlen, Berry, John. Comer. DP—Chicago 2, Washington 3. LOB - Chicago 6. Washington 11. IB — Comer. John, McCraw. SB—C.Mav, H R ER BBSO 5333 0 2 Comer. iohn Stange Wood (L.4-11) Coleman Knowles Pina Grzenda (W.3-5) HBP—bv Colcman ,. ,w ^,,,1,,, ur Pina (W.WIIIIams), bv Wood (Cullenl. WP—Coleman. PB—Joseonson. T—2:45. A— 5,141. 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